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What is the error message? The CPUs will not overclock on there own, that requires configuration. Some components when not installed properly with cause the computer to boot to a black screen and the fan to speed up dramatically. I've seen memory sticks and display port cables cause this. Check all your hardware and make sure everything is seated properly.
Try changing to a lower screen resolution size first. For some people, this works and forces Yahoo to ask you if you want to revert back to Mail Classic. This fix does not work for everyone though, but do try it.
If this doesn't work, go to the help pages and contact Yahoo through there. I've previously sent people instructions on how to contact Yahoo to restore Mail Classic, but I've found out recently that Yahoo is extremely slow in responding through that avenue, sometimes they don't even respond.
Yahoo requires written authorization to restore your Mail Classic, so when you do contact them, you need to tell them that you do want it restored.
They also want feedback, they want to know why you're wanting to change back so they can better improve the new version.
The new version is full of bugs, I've responded to hundreds of people wanting to change back.
in your web browser, go to the Yahoo! Mail home page (http://mail.yahoo.com). Sign in to your account using your Yahoo! ID and password, then click the yellow Sign In button. Once you've successfully logged in, you'll see your email folders on the left and the What's New and Inbox tabs in the middle. Choose the Mail Classic option
On the upper right side of the page, there are three links -- Mobile, Options, and Help. ClickOptions, and when the drop down menu appears, choose "Mail Classic..."
windows will typically save the last location that you had a screen for a particular program when you close it. So basically if you started an email message then closed the screen instead of sending it, windows will save that location and open a new message in the same place next time.
Try creating a new message, move and resize the screen to where you want it, then close it with the X at the top right. Then go back and open a new message again and see if it loads the screen where you told it to. Note: when you do this, make sure no other message screens are open, it only pays attention to the last screen being closed.
go download this grate Autorun tool: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb963902.aspx start it >go to internet explorer tab> find Myfreez lines and delete them also delete Myfreaze line from logon tab if any
windows xp, windows vista or a mac?
windows xp - start > control panel > add/remove programs > find "myfreeze" then press uninstall button.
windows vista - start > control panel > programs > then find "myfreeze" and remove.
mac > sorry i have only just got my mac...! :(